On July 27, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office dropped all charges against the three officers awaiting trial in the death of Freddie Gray, meaning not one of the six officers involved in Gray's death would do time. Though State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby gave a fiery speech in Sandtown that many residents seemed to embrace (see page 8), it was countered by the smiling faces over at FOP headquarters. Mosby's critiques of the BPD led former Commissioner Anthony Batts to rise from the ether and retaliate, calling the city's top prosecutor "immature," "incompetent," and "vindictive." The following day, deputy state's attorneys Michael Schatzow and Janice Bledsoe gave a press conference in which they doubled down on the criticism of the BPD, saying they failed to serve warrants on the six officers' phones. Here's what remains now that the dust has settled: three acquittals, three dropped trials, and no answers for the Gray family.